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Equipment type code qualifier
UN/CEFACT Revision 1999B Code List

Desc:Code qualifying a type of equipment.
This table also occurs in the following versions of this standard:
D00A, D00B, D01A, D01B, D01C, D02A, D02B, D03A, D03B, D04A, D04B, D93A, D94A, D94B, D95A, D95B, D96A, D96B, D97A, D97B, D98A, D98B, D99A, D99B

AAGround equipment
Ground equipment being fuelled or serviced.
Chain used in the securing of cargo.
ADTemperature recorder
Temperature recorder to provide a record of the actual temperature.
AEBody trailer
The part of the vehicle where the cargo is loaded.
A cardboard platform used for holding product for storage or transportation.
AHNo special equipment needed
A code to indicate that there is no special equipment needed.
AIVessel hold
A compartment forming part of a transport vessel.
AJFlat rack
Type of open container used for carrying objects.
To indicate that the equipment is an aircraft.
ALMedical device
A device used for medical purposes.
AMRefrigerated container
A refrigerated (reefer) container that is actively cooling the product.
ANSynthetic pallet 80*120cm
A pallet with standard dimensions 80*120 centimetres made of synthetic material.
AOSynthetic pallet 100*120cm
A standard pallet with standard dimensions 100*120 centimetres made of synthetic material.
APClothing hanger rack
Equipment used to store and transport clothing in a hanging position.
A piece of equipment that is normally a piece of wood to fix cargo (e.g. coils) during transport.
Box pallet non-exchangeable
A box pallet which cannot be exchanged.
BPYBox pallet EUR Y non exchangeable
Self explanatory.
Flat bottomed inland cargo vessel for canals and rivers with or without own propulsion for the purpose of transported goods. (Synonym: Lighter).
An enclosed railway goods wagon.
A wheeled carriage onto which an ocean container is mounted for inland conveyance.
Equipment item as defined by ISO for transport. It must be of: A) permanent character, strong enough for repeated use; B) designed to facilitate the carriage of goods, by one or more modes of transport, without intermediate reloading; C) fitted with devices for its ready handling, particularly.
DPADeadlight (panel)
Self explanatory.
EFPExchangeable EUR flat pallet
Self explanatory.
EYPExchangeable EUR Y box pallet
Self explanatory.
FPNFlat pallet EUR non exchangeable
Self explanatory.
Flat pallet (railway property) non-exchangeable
A non-exchangeable flat pallet owned by a railroad.
FSUForked support
Self explanatory.
Lashing rope
A rope for lashing cargo.
LULoad/unload device on equipment
A mechanical device used in the loading and/or unloading of cargo into and from transport equipment.
MPAMovable panel
Self explanatory.
A platform on which goods can be stacked in order to facilitate the movement by a forklift or sling.
Identified private box pallet
A box pallet identified as being privately owned.
Identified private flat pallet
A flat pallet identified as being privately owned.
A piece of equipment normally having a flat surface, or prepared for carrying cargo with a specific shape.
PPAProtecting panel
Self explanatory.
Portable stove
A portable heating unit.
Flat car
A railway wagon without raised sides or ends.
RGReefer generator
A generator used to control the temperature in temperature-controlled transport equipment.
RGFGround facility
Storage tank or facility capable of receiving shipment of goods or commodity.
Rope used in the securing of cargo.
RRRail car
[8320] Registered identification number of railway wagon (CIM 19).
SCASmall container category A
Self explanatory.
SCBSmall container category B
Self explanatory.
SCCSmall container category C
Self explanatory.
SFAStiffening ring of frame
Self explanatory.
Identified special pallet
A pallet identified as special.
A narrow strip of flexible material.
SWSwap body
Rectangular equipment unit without wheels, which can be mounted on a chassis or positioned on legs.
A vehicle without motive power, designed for the carriage of cargo and to be towed by a motor vehicle.
Waterproof material, e.g. canvas, to spread over cargo to protect it from getting wet.
[8030] Identification marks and numbers of loading tackle used (sheets, ropes, chains, etc.), as specified in DCU 9 to CIM Article 13; and of containers, as specified in Articles 5 and 10 of Annex III to CIM (CIM 17).
Tarpaulin support
A device to support a tarpaulin.
ULULD (Unit load device)
An aircraft container or pallet.

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